GREENE, NY -- Greene is the second school this off-season that's now in the market for a head football coach.
Tim Paske told FOX 40 Tuesday evening he has resigned as head football coach of Greene.
Paske spent 15 seasons coaching on Greenes sidelines. The last ten as head coach.
Paske, who last season was suspended one game for not allowing his team to participate in homecoming festivities during halftime of the Trojans' homecoming game, says his resignation is unrelated to his suspension last season. The decision is quote "a family decision," and he wants to be at home more to watch his four kids grow up.
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